Lexar offers Crucial RealSSD C300 with Data Transfer Kit

Lexar Media today announced Crucial RealSSD C300 bundled with Data Transfer Kit, which includes a SATA-to-USB data cable, cloning software and available is with 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB C300 drives.

With the included software, Crucial Data Transfer Kit provides users with a simple solution for transferring everything from existing hard drive to a Crucial RealSSD C300 drive – including the operating system, data, email settings, applications, and more.

Lexar Crucial RealSSD C300 with Data Transfer Kit

“After pushing SSD performance to new levels with technical innovations, we turned our attention to simplifying the upgrade process for users. We succeeded in creating a convenient, start-to-finish solution,” said Rob Wheadon, Lexar Media senior worldwide SSD product manager. “We’re pleased to offer a solution that enables users to get their Crucial RealSSD C300 products up and running in three easy steps.”

The Crucial RealSSD C300 solid-state drive with Data Transfer Kit will coast you  $169.99 for 64GB, 128GB at $419.99 and 256GB at $769.99.

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